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imglib:

Louise Bourgeois, Untitled , 1996
cloth, bone, rubber and steel

imglib:

Louise Bourgeois, Untitled , 1996

cloth, bone, rubber and steel

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tailleurbar:

Photo by David Hamilton, scanned from La Jeune Fille: 1978, French Edition, Laffont, France.

tailleurbar:

Photo by David Hamilton, scanned from La Jeune Fille: 1978, French Edition, Laffont, France.

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creepicrawlies:

Picture: Mark Bridger / Rex Features

creepicrawlies:

Picture: Mark Bridger / Rex Features

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inventaire:

Mike KELLEY
Arena #7 (Bears) (1990) Stuffed animals on blanket 
Stuffed toys, especially dolls, lend themselves to invisibility. When you look at a doll, you don’t notice its particularities. Rather, you see it in a general way as “human”… It is this projective relationship with the doll that allows us to empathize with it. If you were to see the doll as an exact model of a figure, as a portrait statue, empathy would be impossible – it would be seen as a monstrosity. – Mike Kelley

inventaire:

Mike KELLEY

Arena #7 (Bears) (1990) Stuffed animals on blanket 

Stuffed toys, especially dolls, lend themselves to invisibility. When you look at a doll, you don’t notice its particularities. Rather, you see it in a general way as “human”… It is this projective relationship with the doll that allows us to empathize with it. If you were to see the doll as an exact model of a figure, as a portrait statue, empathy would be impossible – it would be seen as a monstrosity. – Mike Kelley

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